Florida-based Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization (BFRO) will be working with the Utah Sasquatch Group to search a remote section of the Ashley National Forest, near the Utah-Wyoming border this weekend, looking for Bigfoot evidence.
BFRO returns to Utah for the first time since a 2007 expedition. Approximately 25 participants will spend the weekend setting up and monitoring audio and video equipment and hiking through the area looking for any sign of bigfoot. Reports as recent as two weeks ago of a strange hairy “reddish figure” and past discoveries of unexplained large foot prints in the area must have Utah Squatching Group member John R. Salmond excited to have the resources of the BFRO in Utah this weekend.
Utah is bit of a bigfoot hotspot, with multiple bigfoot groups. Utah Bigfoot claims there have been over 160 bigfoot sightings reported in Utah, most located around the Uintah mountains. Other hotspots include Big Cottonwood Canyon, Little Cottonwood Canyon, Timpanogas, Logan, Ogden, High Uintah’s, and West Desert.